Sandy Gothard joins Adirondack Health as Population Health Coordinator
Sandy Gothard, MSN, RN, CNOR, NEA-BC, recently accepted a position with Adirondack Health as Population Health Coordinator. In this role, Gothard will work with Adirondack Health’s Grants & Strategic Projects Manager, Bonnie Ohmann, to coordinate the litany of new ways in which healthcare is being delivered, with a focus on integrating services throughout the community.
Gothard returns to Adirondack Health from Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, NY, where she worked as Network Director of Perioperative Services and Anesthesia. From 2000-2004, she served as Director of Perioperative Services at Adirondack Health.
Gothard holds a BSN from Jacksonville University and MSN from Norwich University. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Nursing through SUNY Buffalo.
“There are massive changes underway in terms of healthcare delivery, and I am excited to be back at Adirondack Health to help connect the dots that will ultimately build a healthier community,” said Gothard.